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This is our extended resume section for more resumes to our sample resume website, which already has more than seventy different resume categories. Those resume sections contain generic sample resumes. This section is created for the resumes for a very specific type of job. There is no point in having a resume that is generic and can be used for different purposes. Resume requirements are different in each industry. One quality highlighted on the resume may not be relevant in a different field. Hence, we have gone through the trouble of creating resumes for specific jobs and industries.

We are adding more and more resume samples every day. So if you did not find the resume you are looking for, may be you should check back in a week. You can also let us know if you don't find what you are looking for. We will ensure that a good resume on that profession is uploaded on the site as soon as possible. The resume will be well researched and will surely prove to be helpful.

We also have a section on resume writing advice and letter of recommendation. We also ask our visitors (and the people for whom we create the resumes) that they should buy this book called "How to Make Resume" by Mr. Adams. This book will surely help you write your resume and the whole concept of resume writing. However, our site is just as well equipped with resume samples for particular jobs. These sample will alos teach about writing out a good resume for yourself.

Resume writing is an art. This is your first impression on your recruiter. So make sure your resume is well written and have all the information required in it. The purpose of the resume is only to get you an interview call/mail. If it does that, it's a good resume, else it is not. So you may consider it as an advertisement of your own skills. If have been unable to land many interview calls, then there is something wrong with the resume. Therefore, take help of our website and rewrite the whole resume and just the difference it will make.

Every industry has some specific requirement for their resumes. Every industry expects some specific details about your educational background and your past experience. So make sure you check the resume samples in your industry to verify that you have not missed on anything. This way, you will spot the things that need to be in the resume that might be affecting the amount of recruiters interviewing you.

There are lots more to a resume than just writing down your education qualification and work experience on a paper. There are different resume formats of resume writing like functional or chronological. These are two basic formats that are relevant in the job industry. Although the chronological resume is preferred in most resumes, a functional resume is also quite popular. Therefore, know the kind of resume that is relevant in your industry.

Make sure you attach a cover letter to your resume. Also ensure that your cover letter is tailored to your industry and to the company you are applying for the job. This letter is almost like you have begun the interview. The recruiter getsS to know something about you and your previous job experience. By knowing this, they can match your cover letter and resume to the job description they have and this will further increase your chances of landing the job.

Last but not the least, make sure that your resume does not have any spelling or grammar errors. It makes very bad reputation of you. Recruiters check for this as well. Imagine a scenario where you are applying for a position of a teacher, but the resume is full of spelling and grammatical errors. It is highly unlikely that any recruiter could call you. If you cannot devote any time to write a good resume for yourself, how you are going to do good work for the company. These basic points may not really seem as much to you, but the recruiters do consider them. Therefore, read your resume at-least 3 times before sending it. Proof read it after a small gap which makes it easier for you to spot even the minutest of errors. Also, remember to update your resume every few months. Feel free to check our sample resume examples section for some nicely formatted images of real life resume examples.

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